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Botched roll episode 8-Fantasy grounds:Virtual tabletop

So, ever had that problem where’s impossible to get your RPG all together in one place?

In today’s special edition of Botched roll, Mike “The Birdman” Dodd brings you a unique solution to your RPG troubles both as a player and as a dungeon master. We welcome, Doug Davison, President and owner of SmiteWorks and creator of Fantasy Grounds and Greg Tito from Wizards of the coast, Communications Manager for Dungeons & dragons to the show. The trio sit down and talk about bringing technology into your rpg sessions and how a program like Fantasy grounds can really enhance the experience for everyone involved. The group also talks about having official D&D support for a program like Fantasy grounds and what it means for the hobby. We also delve a little bit into Greg and Doug’s nerd cred…
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  • Damian Hupfeld

    4 years ago Fantasy Grounds allowed me to start gaming again after nearly 25 years without a game. Fantasy Grounds has some amazing features and some very polished rulesets. Big thumbs up from me. Ive been playing Castles & Crusades, D&D 5e, Star Wars Edge of the Empire, Trail of Cthulhu and some Savage Worlds.